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agian! this is my mft hes pure breed and his dad was a top show horse no papers we inheareted (sp) the horse after the family friend died. just want to know what you guys thought of him maybe a halter prospect just for fun?
http://www.horseforum.com/members/32...0438-27588.jpghttp://www.horseforum.com/members/32...1463-28256.jpghes a little skinny right now he does this every spring but fills out just fine in a month or so.
Not good photos for a critique as the camera is creating distortion. His hocks look very odd from the standing photo, but it might be camera effect from a wide angle shot. Try standing further back and zooming in with a friend holding him squared up.
cute horse. Too bad he has to work against that tie down. I like his facial markings.
I agree with Tiny, looks like he's working hard against that tie down. He is gorgeous though! Not the best conformation pictures to judge from.
I really find the left hind leg problematic even in these poor photos..
Yes, his left hind has a strange angle to it, and so does the hoof, though the hoof angle seems appropriate for the leg's angle.
Not trying to upset you, OP. It's just one of the move obvious things one can see from those photos.
No upset.ill get better photos I had timeto read the post on the what you need in a picture I knew something was oddw his leg bc even I noticed his hooves being odd. I don't know whyshe rode him. with atie down he's never used one.. But of course thatmakes sence in why he rides better for me!
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